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Season one has been added to the streaming site, which means you can enjoy hours and hours of the iconic cookery show.
There are 40 episodes locked and loaded for fans to binge as and when - that's over 14 hours of CDWM to plough through. It's safe to say fans are very excited about it.
Writing on Twitter, one user said: "They've finally put Come Dine With Me on Netflix. Omg I don't think I've ever been so happy."
A second said: "Omg Come Dine With Me is on Netflix. Friday night just got wild."
They've finally put Come Dine With Me on Netflix. Omg I don't think I've ever been so happy
- Gráinne (@gracehoustonx) September 7, 2020
Come Dine With Me added to Netflix the day I'm meant to start uni work again? RIP 4th year you never stood a chance
- Heather Dunnett (@numptydumptyx) September 7, 2020
Omds come dine with me is on netflix. Your not gonna be hearing from me for a while
- hanka:japanese_ogre: (@qoordeer) September 8, 2020
A third fan beamed: "Netflix have really outdone themselves by adding Come Dine With Me."
While another admitted the news didn't bode well for their studies, adding: "Come Dine With Me added to Netflix the day I'm meant to start uni work again? RIP 4th year you never stood a chance."
Sadly, however, this doesn't include the timeless Peter Marsh episode. You know the one.
Peter, a salesman from Oxfordshire, starred on the show in January 2016 - and he's certainly made a lasting impression on pop culture ever since.
After his nemesis Jane won the competition, Peter memorably gave her a piece of his mind, with the line: "Dear lord, what a sad little life Jane. You ruined my night completely just so you could have the money.
"I hope now you will spend it on getting some lessons in grace and decorum because you have all the grace of a reversing dump trunk without any tyres on. Take your money and get off my property."
Here's hoping Netflix rectify this soon so people can enjoy the episode in all its glory.
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